The'vbal-flnce CARMACK WOULD DISFRANCHISE NEGRO Memphis, Tenn., (September li-In li-In li-In lha next congress senator .cuwa." W. Carmack. will introduce a bill In the senate for the repeal of the fifteenth fifteenth amendment of the federal constitution, constitution, which provides there shall be no discrimination against a citizen citizen of the United. States because of oolor, religion, or proviuus uu of servitude. In a word, Senator Carmack will contribute toward the riermanent solution of the vexing negro negro question as it is presented to the southern states by eHmlnatlng the enfranchised negroes as a political factor. This biil of Senator Car-mack's Car-mack's Car-mack's will be supported by every southern representative m uiiK.eaa ot. r,nt a few members from those sections of the union -where -where the colored colored man is treated' more as an incident incident than a problem to be dealt with with a serious and menacing complication- complication- complication- Senator Carmack will not introduce his bill in the hope of getting it enacted enacted Into the federal statutes any time soon, for he suspects that defeat defeat will meet such efforts for years to come, but for the purpose of precipitating precipitating discussion. Senator Carmack Carmack favors the separation of tha races and the ultimate deportation of the negro from this country. Where he shall be sent he is not prepared to sav: leavinir that Question for the wise consideration of the future.